A simple dining room in a Hudson, New York, 1800s Italianate Victorian house won this year’s Considered Design Awards in the living/dining category. Owner Brigitte Gfeller washed the walls in palest gray, creating a neutral backdrop for an unfussy tableau of farmhouse furniture and industrial light fixtures from Workstead. Here’s a look at the details.
Above: An industrial chandelier is an unexpected element in contrast to a farmhouse dining table and chairs.
Above: Three planks of reclaimed wood are stitched together as art above the mantel.
Above: Workstead’s Industrial Chandelier is $1,800 directly through the studio.
Above: Farrow & Ball’s Pavilion Gray is $97 for a gallon of Estate Emulsion paint.
Above: The Braxton Fixed Dining Table is built of spruce for $799 from Pottery Barn.
Above: Pottery Barn’s Wilson Side Chairs are $109.99 each.
Above: A painting called Flock of Dreaming Birds by Gabrielle Hinchey for Father Rabbit in New Zealand; $99 NZD ($64.50 USD).
Accessories & Tableware
Above: The Classic Dining Chair Cushion is $39 for the medium size from Pottery Barn.
Above: A set of three Vintage Danish Modern Turned Teak Candlesticks; $95 from House of Seance on Etsy.
Above: A set of 12 White Taper Candles is $23.40 at CB2.
Above: Nostalgic Warehouse’s White Porcelain Knob is designed for indoor/outdoor use and available in six different metal finishes; $36.54 from Knobs & Hardware. For more ideas, see our post 10 Easy Pieces: White Porcelain Doorknobs.
Above: A Vintage Extra Large Vintage Stoneware Pot is $20.64 from A Creative Lifestyle on Etsy.
Above: The Dauville Platinum Cup & Saucer is $22 from Canvas.
Above: Canvas’s Lines Dinner Plate has tiny etching marks along the rim; $22.50 each.
Above: Astier de Villatte Glasses are made in an antique Bastille workshop; $65 for the wine glass, $85 for the goblet, $98 for the champagne flute at ABC Carpet & Home. For more options, see our post 10 Easy Pieces: Quirky Glassware, Stemmed Edition.
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